- Music Reviews
- April 2, 2020
Wayback Machine (Electro-Fi records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
A genius of American guitar is profiled in this highly recommended documentary.
Riveting and real, the latest account of the legendary tragic 1977 Lynyrd Skynyrd plane crash likely will be a bitter-sweet tale for longtime fans.
Johnny Thunders retreats to New Orleans to break his heroin addiction, but ends up dead in a cheap hotel.
With 38 albums under her belt, sixties pop sensation Melanie is still performing.
The documentary film of the second Glastonbury Festival from 1971 shows the pinnacle of Brit youth revolt and innovative music from bands few remember.
40 years past the original, Heartworn Highways Revisited captures the next round of Outlaw country.
Let’s see how Dylan’s gospel songs sound when interpreted by other singers.
Paul “HR” Hudson led the band Bad Brains but fell into mental illness. This is the story of his finding the way back.
The great Ronno – Mick Ronson – shines in this loving look at the glam-rock pioneer.
Lydia Loveless bares her soul in this riveting film.
Brad Paisley rocks Morgantown, West Virginia in this combo CD/DVD release.
Satan visits rural Florida looking for souls but when he makes a bad deal with a local, his business plans go up in slime.
Peter, Paul and Mary made big waves with quiet folk music in the 1960s. Check out these rare and candid clips from their heyday.
Moody Blues frontman Justin Hayward is alive and kicking in the 21st century, and we get a good view on how his progressive rock roots have bloomed over the years.
Follow the rise and fall of Tower Records, one of the most important retailers for the entire rock and roll generation.
An early documentary by Robert Mugge explores the world of Avant Garde composer George Crumb.
The Blu-ray reissue of Comin’ At Ya, a 1981 3D Spaghetti Western movie falls flat.
Check this ultra-hip 1982 doc on Gil Scott-Heron; he’s a master musician and poet and he explains his career and inner artistic vision.
Famed music venue “Doc’s Music Hall” in Muncie, Indiana survived urban decay but can’t make through a civic revival.